Alan Poltorak
Alan Poltorak voted up Angela Anthony's answer

Well, the main reason would be that your skin and vein are being pierced by a needle and a long piece of plastic is being threaded into your vein. Now if you're nice to your nurse, she may use a smaller gauge of needle, if you're a pain....you're getting the biggest one available!....jk.

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Alan Poltorak
Alan Poltorak voted up Didge Doo's answer

I once attended surgery to get my haemorrhoids checked. I didn't realise the guy was actually going to inject them and rode by bicycle to the appointment. It was a very painful 10 km ride home and I realised that day that I didn't have haemorrhoids -- I had stigmata.

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Alan Poltorak
Alan Poltorak voted up Didge Doo's answer

I once attended surgery to get my haemorrhoids checked. I didn't realise the guy was actually going to inject them and rode by bicycle to the appointment. It was a very painful 10 km ride home and I realised that day that I didn't have haemorrhoids -- I had stigmata.

Getting an IV is a … Read more

Alan Poltorak
Alan Poltorak voted up Didge Doo's answer

I once attended surgery to get my haemorrhoids checked. I didn't realise the guy was actually going to inject them and rode by bicycle to the appointment. It was a very painful 10 km ride home and I realised that day that I didn't have haemorrhoids -- I had stigmata.

Getting an IV is a … Read more